If you even have one. I'm not crazy for his movies, and I'm especially not crazy about his personal life, but he has made many that are pop culture, some would say art culture, icons.
My favorites would include:
La-di-da. The breezy Diane Keaton matched up with the neurotic, introspective Allen was such fun and was a snapshot of the times.
I've seen many more of his movies, but I find that I prefer when he himself does not appear in them. They are less self-absorbed and, to me, more interesting.
I also very much liked Match Point.
In my opinion quite a departure from his usual film as this one had a lot of mystery, intrigue and beautiful filming technique. Or to sum it up as it says on the poster "A Marvelously Sexy Thriller".
Today I saw what I now think of as another favorite to add to my list.
Midnight in Paris
Woody was not present as an actor, but his character and personality were there in the form of Owen Wilson's performance. The city of Paris is a beautiful character in itself and the story line is one that will delight any avid reader of the classics, those that study or appreciate art and those with knowledge of the music from the 1920s.
I know of one fellow blogger, who has just returned from a trip to France herself, who will find this movie to be a delight. Have you seen it yet Laura?
See it for yourself and let me know what you think!
But, first tell me, do you have a favorite Woody Allen movie - maybe even one of his crazy/silly ones?